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RSVP requested at (765) 983-3423• Free prostate cancer screening, 6- p.m. We'll help you create a fun clay plaque and your pooch will make it truly unique by adding the imprint of their paw to the soft clay. (937) 456-3999.• Community Easter Egg Hunt, Noon April 8. The club is collecting donations of individually wrapped candy and money to buy candy in advance. An afternoon of positive inspiration, motivation and empowerment. Speaker Randall Wisehart will discuss the Rue/Holman Wayne County connection subject of his new book.• "Don't Bug Me" bug show, p.m. John Lutheran, Ingomar, 2139 Enterprise Road, West Alexandria, Ohio. April 22, Cope Environmental Center, 1730 Airport Road, Centerville, Ind. April 22, Teen Space, Morrisson-Reeves Library, 80 N. Learn about the song-writing process, write your own rap, and perform with Jigsaww 92's DJ. Love offering will be taken for Two Sisters Ministry.• Earlham Goes to the Opera! April 22, Civic Hall Performing Arts Center, 380 Hub Etchison Parkway, Richmond. For more information, call (765) 966-5181 or go to • Style show and luncheon, 11 a.m. Organized as a fundraiser of Catholic Women United. Registration requested online at or the day of the event at the registration station.•Jefferson Township Alumni, 4 p.m. Wednesdays, Hagerstown First United Methodist Church, 199 S. Topics change each month, and all materials are provided. A program of Reid's Diabetes and Nutrition Education. Schedule an appointment at (765) 983-3358 to receive PAP screening, mammogram, DEXA osteoporosis screening if needed, chair massage and gift bag in one appointment.• Babes in the Woods, 10-11 a.m. April 8, Preble County Art Association, 601 Hillcrest Drive, Eaton, Ohio. Bring your four-legged family member and make a fun clay imprint memento with their paw print. Participants are encouraged to bring their devices and enjoy some hands-on learning. Registration required at (765) 962-8151• Family Earth Day, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. information from Earth-friendly organizations and non-profits. This event is collectively coordinated by Richmond Parks & Recreation, Hayes Arboretum, Centerville Green Club, and Cope Environmental Center.• Not Mother Goose's Rhymes: A Rap and Hip Hop Workshop for Kids and Teens, 1- p.m. Explore the poetry of hip hip with Richmond-born rapper Jigsaww 92 in this fun rap workshop! Registration is required.(765) 966-8291 or Benefit concert, 1 p.m. King, The Harvey Family, Hearts In Service and Divine Vision. Box office located in Runyan Center on Earlham's campus open Monday-Friday, 10 a.m.- 4 p.m. The cost is 0 per person, with of that being a tax-deductible donation. (937) 546-0123Ongoing events• A Better Life — Brianna's Hope addiction counseling meetings, p.m. Tax services including: Indiana State and Federal tax form preparation, and electronic filing will be available. A sign-up sheet for service will be placed outside of the library’s front door at 8 a.m. (765) 966-8291 or online at • Storytime, Wednesdays from Feb. Schedule an appointment at (765) 983-3358 to receive PAP screening, mammogram, DEXA osteoporosis screening if needed, chair massage and gift bag in one appointment.• On Display, Centerville Public Library, 126 E. In February, a new quilt by the Wayne County Extension Homemakers, "Patchwork Panorama," and teapots.•Free computer classes, including Internet searching, Kindles, Facebook and social networks, Microsoft Excel and Word, Morrisson-Reeves Library, 80 N. Includes several styles of journaling as well as a light tea. Register: (765) 962-4441.• AARP free tax service, 9-11 a.m. Tuesdays through April 10, Richmond Senior Community Center, 1600 S. and Clinic, IUE political science department and others. Visit the park table at the event to get your child a wristband for to participate in the egg hunt. Bring your questions and get help with things like: navigating your mobile device, using social media, Wi Fi connections, transferring photos from your phone to a computer, understanding "the Cloud", saving battery power, and so much more! Indiana Superintendent Jennifer Mc Cormick will lead a conversation about education in our community and in our state. Audience participation possible so come prepared to be a part of the action. No reservations required.• Re-dedication of Kyle Tom Courts, p.m. Tickets are available online at - Events and locally at Richmond Casting, Avenue Arms (Richmond), Brandy's Guns and Ammo (Centerville) and Matt's Custom Guns (Connersville). After purchasing a membership each participant receives a workbook, Dave Ramsey’s Complete Guide to Money, an envelope system and an audio CD library. Have fun with anime and manga,•Author Cassie Garrett, - p.m. Open to all area moms of children ages 0-5.• Community creative writing workshops, 2- p.m.

Bring your basket and hunt for eggs filled with treats and prizes. April 2, Carpenter Hall, Earlham College, 801 National Road W., Richmond. Experience the Spirit of Taize.• Tell Me a Story: Writing Fictional Narratives workshop, - p.m. Instructor is Susan Yanos, who has been a professor of writing and literature at IU East, Ball State, and Earlham School of Religion. Register your student at the elementary school your family is zoned to attend.

April 2, Lingle Hall in Earlham's Center for Visual and Performing Arts, 801 National Road W., Richmond. She will be accompanied by Nancy Gruber on the piano.• Gospel Festival, 7 p.m. Kids explore the outdoors through a story, hands-on-activities, crafts, and a hike.

Music by Syblis Children and Lockjaw.• Mattress fundraiser, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Participants will be divided into age groups and use a wooden spoon to roll their plastic egg across the finish line. Ham loaf, roast chicken, chicken and noodles, dressing, vegetables, salads and desserts. Includes baked potatoes, green or baked beans, applesauce, roll, beverage and homemade pie.$8 advance purchase or $9 at the door.• Carrion Vael CD release party, 10 p.m. Turn in the egg at the circulation desk, and get a reward.• Easter Egg coloring, - 5 p.m. The Living Building Challenge requires Cope to function at net-zero energy, producing all of the energy we use.• God of the Empty Tomb, A Resurrection Drama, 7-8 p.m. The program will be supplemented with audio clips of music and excerpts from interviews with the band members. Learn the secret of why two families are living in the same house.

Event geared for children 10 and younger.• Easter Egg Roll, p.m. John Lutheran, Ingomar, 2139 Enterprise Road, West Alexandria, Ohio. April 8, First Universalist Church, corner of Main Cross and Monroe streets, Eldorado, Ohio. is $9 for adults, children 6 – 12 $4, younger than 5, free. Special guests After The Fallout and Catalytid.• Easter Egg Hunt for all ages all day, April 10 - 13, Centerville Library, 126 E. Search for eggs hidden in the library, adults on the first floor, and kids and teens on the second. Ages 10 and older can color a wooden egg.• Cyber Safety and Social Media workshop, a.m.-1 p.m. Attendees also will learn about social media traps, catfishing schemes, cyberbullying, and sexting/sextortion. Learn '60s dances including the Twist, The Swim and Mashed Potato. Lessons lead up to RSO’s 1960s-themed event “Twist & Shout” on April 29. April 13, Cope Environmental Center, 1730 Airport Road, Centerville. April 15, Middlefork Reservoir, Sylvan Nook Drive, Richmond. If you have your own fishing gear, please bring it. Explore the music of The Beatles in this 60-minute multimedia presentation (part history and part musical analysis) spanning the full 1960s, beginning with the band’s seminal visits to Hamburg, continuing through Beatlemania, and concluding with Abbey Road.

Meeting for parents and caregivers interested in creating an open, supportive environment for caregivers and parents of individuals with autism.

Bring your camera.• Elder-Beerman Kids Fest, 11 a.m.-3 p.m. For more information or to register to be in the fashion show, contact (765) 966-7641, ext 266• Community creative writing workshops, 2- p.m.

April 5, Reid Health's Lingle Hall, 1100 Reid Parkway, Richmond. Appointment: (765) 983-3344.• Appalachian troubadour Charles Wesley, p.m. Main St., Eaton, Ohio.• Women's Health Day, April 6, Reid Health, 1100 Reid Parkway. Pinwheels for Prevention available for

Bring your camera.• Elder-Beerman Kids Fest, 11 a.m.-3 p.m. For more information or to register to be in the fashion show, contact (765) 966-7641, ext 266• Community creative writing workshops, 2- p.m. April 5, Reid Health's Lingle Hall, 1100 Reid Parkway, Richmond. Appointment: (765) 983-3344.• Appalachian troubadour Charles Wesley, p.m. Main St., Eaton, Ohio.• Women's Health Day, April 6, Reid Health, 1100 Reid Parkway. Pinwheels for Prevention available for $1 donation or $25 for 30 pinwheels by calling (765) 962-9043.• Pet Prints at the Art Center, drop in between 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Bring your questions and get help with things like: navigating your mobile device, using social media, Wi Fi connections, transferring photos from your phone to a computer, understanding "the Cloud", saving battery power, and so much more! Featuring Blessed Truth, The Southern Aires, Sharon K. Make reservations by calling (765) 983-1474, or at Earlham College Events.• Signature Event, 5 p.m. The Branson, Mo.-based band travels the world, headlining at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif., and performing at Carnegie Hall. and ages 3-5 at a.m.- p.m.​•Adventurers Storytime, a.m.- p.m., Thursdays, Morrisson-Reeves Library, 80 N. Join Miss Kathy for a fun time of reading, crafts, and music. Free.• Women's Health Day, third Thursday each month, Reid Health, 1100 Reid Parkway. Fridays, Centerville-Center Township Public Library, 126 E. Main St., Richmond.• Free cooking class on barley, 5-6 p.m. We will explore the arboretum wetland to find these fabulous friends. Dress for the weather and meet at the Nature Center. Children 12 and younger admitted free.• Spring Fling Family Resource Fair, 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Several local community agencies will share information about what services they provide to the community. Tickets: (765) 962-3074 or (765) 977-3001.• Maria Mitrione's Catering Tasting Party, 6 p.m. Act One finds him onstage, as he performed during his Debt Tour in 1895, presenting his tales of travel, reminiscing about his time on the Mississippi, and featuring a "reading" from his masterpiece, "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn." Act Two finds him a decade later, 1905, in his study. April 22 and May 20, Morrisson-Reeves Library, 80 N. From basic functions to troubleshooting and connectivity, these free sessions are designed for all ages. Her involvement makes them the only Beatles tribute group with a direct family link to the original Fab Four. Open to all area moms of children ages 0-5.•Richmond Kiwanis meetings, Noon Fridays, MCL Restaurant & Bakery, 3801 National Road E.•Color ‘N’ Connect for adults, - p.m. Pancakes, sausage, sausage gravy and biscuits, scrambled eggs, orange juice and coffee. Scott Trochelman will bring many species of bugs, housed in acrylic, for all ages. Public invited to an educational event to better understand the Affordable Care Act, Medicaid, Medicare, Healthy Indiana Plan (HIP), drug abuse treatment, and the proposed replacement. (765) 983-PARK.• Whitewater Valley Annual Friends of NRA Banquet, 5- p.m. Using the gym to play basketball costs $3.•A Better Life — Brianna's Hope addiction counseling meetings, p.m. Main St., Richmond.• Mothers of Preschoolers, a.m. We'll fire it, glaze it, and give you a call for pick up within two weeks. Boys & Girls Clubs of Wayne County's Jeffers Unit, 1717 S. (765) 962-6922• SHEroes Empower HER mentoring sessions, 1-3 p.m. "Pretty Hurts" discussion will focus on how certain body images, appearances, etiquette, and many other factors currently affect girls in today's society. [email protected], or (937) 527-3115• Free Day at the Museum, 1-4 p.m. A St., Richmond.• Wayne County Historical Museum's annual meeting, 2-4 p.m. Learn about native and invasive species of insects. A conversation with Indiana healthcare experts including a question and answer session. May 6, Lingle Hall, Reid Health, 1100 Reid Parkway, Richmond. Reservations due by May 1.• Relay for Life, 9 a.m.-midnight May 20, Wayne County Fairgrounds, 861 Salisbury Road N., Richmond. May 27, National Trail Cafeteria, 6940 Oxford Gettysburg Road, New Paris, Ohio. Perry St., Hagerstown.• A Better Life — Brianna's Hope addiction counseling meetings, p.m. Fifth St., Cambridge City, Ind.• Adult and senior program, 6- p.m. Saturday and Sundays, Townsend Community Center, 855 N. Those who have a $15 annual adult membership can use the weight room and senior room with board games, reading materials and socializing for free. Free.•Free tax assistance for Indiana residents, 10 a.m.- p.m. The first Thursday of the month.• Indiana Master Naturalist course, usually - p.m. Bring your own gloves, and parks staff will provide trash bags and lunch. Hear aviation historian and author Giacinta Bradley Koontz as she presents her multi-media program on A. Reservations: (765) 962-5756• Whitewater Valley Ballroom Dance Club, 7- p.m. April 29, Kuhlman Center on the Wayne County Fairgrounds, 861 Salisbury Road N., Richmond. Thursdays, Little Sheba’s, 175 Fort Wayne Ave., Richmond.•Open Mic, 7 p.m., Thursdays, Taffy’s, 123 E. Those who would like to perform or be in the lineup can call (937) 456-1381.•Wayne County’s needle exchange program, 3-5 p.m. third Thursday of the month, Fayette County Senior Center, 477 N. (765) 966-8893•Williamsburg Lions Club Pancake Breakfast, 7-10 a.m. Find us on Facebook or at [email protected]•TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly), -9 a.m. (765) 935-5059•Bingo, p.m., Saturdays, Druids Grove#29, 123 S.

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Bring your camera.• Elder-Beerman Kids Fest, 11 a.m.-3 p.m. For more information or to register to be in the fashion show, contact (765) 966-7641, ext 266• Community creative writing workshops, 2- p.m.

April 5, Reid Health's Lingle Hall, 1100 Reid Parkway, Richmond. Appointment: (765) 983-3344.• Appalachian troubadour Charles Wesley, p.m. Main St., Eaton, Ohio.• Women's Health Day, April 6, Reid Health, 1100 Reid Parkway. Pinwheels for Prevention available for $1 donation or $25 for 30 pinwheels by calling (765) 962-9043.• Pet Prints at the Art Center, drop in between 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Bring your questions and get help with things like: navigating your mobile device, using social media, Wi Fi connections, transferring photos from your phone to a computer, understanding "the Cloud", saving battery power, and so much more! Featuring Blessed Truth, The Southern Aires, Sharon K. Make reservations by calling (765) 983-1474, or at Earlham College Events.• Signature Event, 5 p.m. The Branson, Mo.-based band travels the world, headlining at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif., and performing at Carnegie Hall. and ages 3-5 at a.m.- p.m.​•Adventurers Storytime, a.m.- p.m., Thursdays, Morrisson-Reeves Library, 80 N. Join Miss Kathy for a fun time of reading, crafts, and music. Free.• Women's Health Day, third Thursday each month, Reid Health, 1100 Reid Parkway. Fridays, Centerville-Center Township Public Library, 126 E.

Main St., Richmond.• Free cooking class on barley, 5-6 p.m. We will explore the arboretum wetland to find these fabulous friends. Dress for the weather and meet at the Nature Center. Children 12 and younger admitted free.• Spring Fling Family Resource Fair, 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Several local community agencies will share information about what services they provide to the community. Tickets: (765) 962-3074 or (765) 977-3001.• Maria Mitrione's Catering Tasting Party, 6 p.m. Act One finds him onstage, as he performed during his Debt Tour in 1895, presenting his tales of travel, reminiscing about his time on the Mississippi, and featuring a "reading" from his masterpiece, "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn." Act Two finds him a decade later, 1905, in his study. April 22 and May 20, Morrisson-Reeves Library, 80 N. From basic functions to troubleshooting and connectivity, these free sessions are designed for all ages. Her involvement makes them the only Beatles tribute group with a direct family link to the original Fab Four. Open to all area moms of children ages 0-5.•Richmond Kiwanis meetings, Noon Fridays, MCL Restaurant & Bakery, 3801 National Road E.•Color ‘N’ Connect for adults, - p.m. Pancakes, sausage, sausage gravy and biscuits, scrambled eggs, orange juice and coffee.

Scott Trochelman will bring many species of bugs, housed in acrylic, for all ages. Public invited to an educational event to better understand the Affordable Care Act, Medicaid, Medicare, Healthy Indiana Plan (HIP), drug abuse treatment, and the proposed replacement. (765) 983-PARK.• Whitewater Valley Annual Friends of NRA Banquet, 5- p.m. Using the gym to play basketball costs $3.•A Better Life — Brianna's Hope addiction counseling meetings, p.m. Main St., Richmond.• Mothers of Preschoolers, a.m.

We'll fire it, glaze it, and give you a call for pick up within two weeks. Boys & Girls Clubs of Wayne County's Jeffers Unit, 1717 S. (765) 962-6922• SHEroes Empower HER mentoring sessions, 1-3 p.m. "Pretty Hurts" discussion will focus on how certain body images, appearances, etiquette, and many other factors currently affect girls in today's society. [email protected], or (937) 527-3115• Free Day at the Museum, 1-4 p.m. A St., Richmond.• Wayne County Historical Museum's annual meeting, 2-4 p.m. Learn about native and invasive species of insects. A conversation with Indiana healthcare experts including a question and answer session. May 6, Lingle Hall, Reid Health, 1100 Reid Parkway, Richmond. Reservations due by May 1.• Relay for Life, 9 a.m.-midnight May 20, Wayne County Fairgrounds, 861 Salisbury Road N., Richmond. May 27, National Trail Cafeteria, 6940 Oxford Gettysburg Road, New Paris, Ohio. Perry St., Hagerstown.• A Better Life — Brianna's Hope addiction counseling meetings, p.m. Fifth St., Cambridge City, Ind.• Adult and senior program, 6- p.m. Saturday and Sundays, Townsend Community Center, 855 N. Those who have a $15 annual adult membership can use the weight room and senior room with board games, reading materials and socializing for free. Free.•Free tax assistance for Indiana residents, 10 a.m.- p.m.

The first Thursday of the month.• Indiana Master Naturalist course, usually - p.m. Bring your own gloves, and parks staff will provide trash bags and lunch. Hear aviation historian and author Giacinta Bradley Koontz as she presents her multi-media program on A. Reservations: (765) 962-5756• Whitewater Valley Ballroom Dance Club, 7- p.m. April 29, Kuhlman Center on the Wayne County Fairgrounds, 861 Salisbury Road N., Richmond. Thursdays, Little Sheba’s, 175 Fort Wayne Ave., Richmond.•Open Mic, 7 p.m., Thursdays, Taffy’s, 123 E. Those who would like to perform or be in the lineup can call (937) 456-1381.•Wayne County’s needle exchange program, 3-5 p.m. third Thursday of the month, Fayette County Senior Center, 477 N. (765) 966-8893•Williamsburg Lions Club Pancake Breakfast, 7-10 a.m. Find us on Facebook or at [email protected]•TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly), -9 a.m. (765) 935-5059•Bingo, p.m., Saturdays, Druids Grove#29, 123 S.

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Bring your camera.• Elder-Beerman Kids Fest, 11 a.m.-3 p.m. For more information or to register to be in the fashion show, contact (765) 966-7641, ext 266• Community creative writing workshops, 2- p.m.

April 5, Reid Health's Lingle Hall, 1100 Reid Parkway, Richmond. Appointment: (765) 983-3344.• Appalachian troubadour Charles Wesley, p.m. Main St., Eaton, Ohio.• Women's Health Day, April 6, Reid Health, 1100 Reid Parkway. Pinwheels for Prevention available for $1 donation or $25 for 30 pinwheels by calling (765) 962-9043.• Pet Prints at the Art Center, drop in between 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Bring your questions and get help with things like: navigating your mobile device, using social media, Wi Fi connections, transferring photos from your phone to a computer, understanding "the Cloud", saving battery power, and so much more! Featuring Blessed Truth, The Southern Aires, Sharon K. Make reservations by calling (765) 983-1474, or at Earlham College Events.• Signature Event, 5 p.m. The Branson, Mo.-based band travels the world, headlining at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif., and performing at Carnegie Hall. and ages 3-5 at a.m.- p.m.​•Adventurers Storytime, a.m.- p.m., Thursdays, Morrisson-Reeves Library, 80 N. Join Miss Kathy for a fun time of reading, crafts, and music. Free.• Women's Health Day, third Thursday each month, Reid Health, 1100 Reid Parkway. Fridays, Centerville-Center Township Public Library, 126 E.

Main St., Richmond.• Free cooking class on barley, 5-6 p.m. We will explore the arboretum wetland to find these fabulous friends. Dress for the weather and meet at the Nature Center. Children 12 and younger admitted free.• Spring Fling Family Resource Fair, 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Several local community agencies will share information about what services they provide to the community. Tickets: (765) 962-3074 or (765) 977-3001.• Maria Mitrione's Catering Tasting Party, 6 p.m. Act One finds him onstage, as he performed during his Debt Tour in 1895, presenting his tales of travel, reminiscing about his time on the Mississippi, and featuring a "reading" from his masterpiece, "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn." Act Two finds him a decade later, 1905, in his study. April 22 and May 20, Morrisson-Reeves Library, 80 N. From basic functions to troubleshooting and connectivity, these free sessions are designed for all ages. Her involvement makes them the only Beatles tribute group with a direct family link to the original Fab Four. Open to all area moms of children ages 0-5.•Richmond Kiwanis meetings, Noon Fridays, MCL Restaurant & Bakery, 3801 National Road E.•Color ‘N’ Connect for adults, - p.m. Pancakes, sausage, sausage gravy and biscuits, scrambled eggs, orange juice and coffee.

Scott Trochelman will bring many species of bugs, housed in acrylic, for all ages. Public invited to an educational event to better understand the Affordable Care Act, Medicaid, Medicare, Healthy Indiana Plan (HIP), drug abuse treatment, and the proposed replacement. (765) 983-PARK.• Whitewater Valley Annual Friends of NRA Banquet, 5- p.m. Using the gym to play basketball costs $3.•A Better Life — Brianna's Hope addiction counseling meetings, p.m. Main St., Richmond.• Mothers of Preschoolers, a.m.

donation or for 30 pinwheels by calling (765) 962-9043.• Pet Prints at the Art Center, drop in between 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Bring your questions and get help with things like: navigating your mobile device, using social media, Wi Fi connections, transferring photos from your phone to a computer, understanding "the Cloud", saving battery power, and so much more! Featuring Blessed Truth, The Southern Aires, Sharon K. Make reservations by calling (765) 983-1474, or at Earlham College Events.• Signature Event, 5 p.m. The Branson, Mo.-based band travels the world, headlining at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif., and performing at Carnegie Hall. and ages 3-5 at a.m.- p.m.​•Adventurers Storytime, a.m.- p.m., Thursdays, Morrisson-Reeves Library, 80 N. Join Miss Kathy for a fun time of reading, crafts, and music. Free.• Women's Health Day, third Thursday each month, Reid Health, 1100 Reid Parkway. Fridays, Centerville-Center Township Public Library, 126 E.

Main St., Richmond.• Free cooking class on barley, 5-6 p.m. We will explore the arboretum wetland to find these fabulous friends. Dress for the weather and meet at the Nature Center. Children 12 and younger admitted free.• Spring Fling Family Resource Fair, 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Several local community agencies will share information about what services they provide to the community. Tickets: (765) 962-3074 or (765) 977-3001.• Maria Mitrione's Catering Tasting Party, 6 p.m. Act One finds him onstage, as he performed during his Debt Tour in 1895, presenting his tales of travel, reminiscing about his time on the Mississippi, and featuring a "reading" from his masterpiece, "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn." Act Two finds him a decade later, 1905, in his study. April 22 and May 20, Morrisson-Reeves Library, 80 N. From basic functions to troubleshooting and connectivity, these free sessions are designed for all ages. Her involvement makes them the only Beatles tribute group with a direct family link to the original Fab Four. Open to all area moms of children ages 0-5.•Richmond Kiwanis meetings, Noon Fridays, MCL Restaurant & Bakery, 3801 National Road E.•Color ‘N’ Connect for adults, - p.m. Pancakes, sausage, sausage gravy and biscuits, scrambled eggs, orange juice and coffee.

Scott Trochelman will bring many species of bugs, housed in acrylic, for all ages. Public invited to an educational event to better understand the Affordable Care Act, Medicaid, Medicare, Healthy Indiana Plan (HIP), drug abuse treatment, and the proposed replacement. (765) 983-PARK.• Whitewater Valley Annual Friends of NRA Banquet, 5- p.m. Using the gym to play basketball costs .•A Better Life — Brianna's Hope addiction counseling meetings, p.m. Main St., Richmond.• Mothers of Preschoolers, a.m.

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